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  1. "The Last Rose of Summer" is a poem by the Irish poet Thomas santhtolagumrentmonvereworthpencipe.co wrote it in , while staying at Jenkinstown Park in County Kilkenny, Ireland, where he was said to have been inspired by a specimen of Rosa 'Old Blush'. The poem is set to a traditional tune called "Aislean an Oigfear", or "The Young Man's Dream", which was transcribed by Edward Bunting in , based on a performance by.
  2. Aug 26,  · The traditional air for Thomas Moore's Last Rose of Summer (The Groves of Blarney) The Last Rose of Summer - Piano (lyrics on screen) - Duration: Jesus Acebedo Piano .
  3. Mar 05,  · "The Last Rose of Summer" by Leroy Anderson - Duration: Nigel Fowler Sutton , views. Getting Rid of the Beginner's Sound - Duration: Joy Lee , views.
  4. Nov 23,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Last Rose of Summer · Kathryn Rudge · James Baillieu · Benjamin Britten Love's Old Sweet Song ℗ Champs Hill Records Released on:
  5. Oct 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The last rose of summer - la dernière rose de l'été YouTube The Last Rose of Summer (Martha) - Duration: FromHolbergsTime 2, views.
  6. Nana Mouskouri (Greek: Νάνα Μούσχουρη, born Ioanna Mouskouri at October 13, , in Chania, Crete, Greece) is a Greek singer and santhtolagumrentmonvereworthpencipe.co was known as Nana to her friends and family as a child. She is the world's highest-selling female recording artist, having sold over million albums in fifteen languages, including Greek, French, English, Spanish, Italian, German.
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  8. The Last Rose of Summer is a poem by Irish poet Thomas Moore, who was a friend of Byron and Shelley. Moore wrote it in while at Jenkinstown Park in County Kilkenny, Ireland. Sir John Stevenson set the poem to its widely known melody, which was published in December in volume 5 of a collection of Moore's work called A Section of Irish.

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